- Trim kraft cardstock to create an A2 card base.
- Cut felt into squares and rectangles.
- Add twine and rhinestones.
- Adhere ‘presents’ to card front.
- Stamp sentiment.
TGIF! Here’s a Fast Friday card for you too! Simple cut some squares from felt, add twine/bows and pop off cardstock! I wanted to share something with you today and I ran out of time, so it had to be quick. This is what I came up with. It’s a bit too simple for me, but is really clean and simple. I hope you all enjoy your weekend! Don’t forget to check out the new Embellish magazine challenge that started today (HERE)!
Thanks for stopping by!
Stamp :: Papertrey Ink – signature christmas
Ink :: Papertrey Ink – ripe avocado
Paper :: Papertrey Ink – kraft
Embellishments :: Heather Bailey – felt; Nice Package – twine; Papertrey Ink – twine; Kaiser Craft – rhinestones
WOOO! It’s Friday Eve! We’re almost there, Bleeps! Wonderful Weekend is fast approaching. But, until then, here’s another holiday card to keep you in that Christmas spirit. I used a lot of stuff here so hang in there with me! For today’s color inspiration, I used yesterday’s color combination, which can be found in my Flickr gallery (along with the remaining color images).
Don’t forget to stop by Embellishes blog too! We made some autumn cards to put a cap on the last of that season! Go check them out!
Thanks for visiting and leaving comments and I hope you have a great day!
Stamps :: Heide Swapp – alphabet; Papertrey Ink – silent night; American Crafts – majestic
Ink :: Versamark; Papertrey Ink – pure poppy
Paper :: Papertrey Ink - white, pure poppy; American Crafts – craft fair collection brown patterned paper; Stampin’ Up! - garden green
Embellishments :: Papertrey Ink – pure poppy ribbon; KaiserCraft – rhinestones
Tools :: American Crafts – embossing powder
Okay, Bleeps, we made it to Hump Day! Today, I’m sharing a quick holiday card with you and focuses on the reason for the season and here and now. It is easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of the holiday season trying to make sure everyone is remembered and the gifts are purchased, but we should not forget the reason for the season and be thankful for the here and now. So, I made this card to remind people to remember this Christmas as it is and just let it be! Regardless if you could not find that special toy or could not afford all of the gifts you wanted to give because we are all on budgets, it is fellowship with family, friends, and of course your spiritual world. Writing this post made me think of more card designs (I bet you know what I’m thinking too)…see inspiration can spark at any moment! So, enjoy this holiday and let it be one to always remember!
Enjoy yourself and thank you for looking and reading!
Stamps :: October Afternoon – save the date
Ink :: Stampin’ Up! – white; Uniball – white gel pen
Paper :: Papertrey Ink – dark chocolate, new leaf
Embellishments :: Hambly Screen Prints – sticker label; American Crafts – thickers (sprinkles); KaiserCraft – rhinestones; Nice Package – doily